Carers Wellbeing Service would like to invite you and the person(s) you care for to dress from your favourite decade and join us for an afternoon of singing and dancing to celebrate the Queen’s Jublilee, Carers Week and Making Space’s 40th Anniversary!
Wednesday 8th June 12:30 – 3:30 pm
At the King’s Centre (near People’s Park)
So get your dancing shoes on, put on your fancies and your sparkle and come to the Dress Up and Dance through the Decades event!
The Event will include lunch, professional entertainment, a raffle, tombola, Jubilee photo booth and a prize for the best dressed!
For more information, please ring : 01422 369101
Venue: The King’s Centre, Park Road, Halifax HX1 2TS
NHS Calderdale CCG is undertaking a mapping exercise to understand what insight we have of peoples experiences of services that provide support around mental health, neurodiversity, autism and learning disabilities. This includes services provided by the NHS, other health providers and voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector organisations.
If you have collected any insight, or are aware of any engagement / consultation activity that has taken place or reports developed across Calderdale about these services, please could you share this with email@example.com by Monday 30 May.
- Elland Spring Craft Fair May 22 at Working Mens Club
- Council Public Space Protection Orders Public Consultation
- Being Well Together – A health project for Calderdale
- Baby and Me groups at Elland Children’s Centre
Have a great weekend!
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North Halifax Partnership (NHP) Sure Start Children’s Centres are excited to be recruiting for qualified and unqualified early years practitioners to work in our Children’s Centres in Calderdale. We have a variety of roles available.
Our Children’s centres are exciting places to work. All the staff are committed to supporting their local communities to provide high quality learning for children. We provide an excellent working environment where children and staff thrive.
We are currently recruiting staff for the following posts
Early Years Practitioner Plus
This post is for qualified and experienced practitioners with a passion for helping children develop to their full potential. This role will have the responsibility to lead an area in child development, such as speech and language, SEND, safeguarding.
Early Years Practitioner
This post is for newly qualified or unqualified staff, or staff returning to childcare following a break or staff who are looking for a new and meaningful new career in childcare. You will be working with children and their families to support them to develop and have the best start in life.
All our posts have an attractive annual leave package including a period of closure at Christmas, staff voucher incentives and access to an excellent and innovating training programme. There are multiple internal career progression routes within the different children centres.
Current Early Years posts
- Senior Early Years Practitioner – Ash Green Children’s Centre
- Senior Early Years Practitioner – Innovations Children’s Centre
- Advanced Early Years Practitioner – Elland Children’s Centre
- Early Years Practitioner Plus – term time only – Creations
- Early Years Practitioner Plus – Creations
- Early Years Practitioner Plus – Innovations Children’s Centre
- Early Years Practitioner Plus – term time only – Innovations
- Early Years Practitioner Plus – Elland Children’s Centre
- Early Years Practitioner Plus – Kevin Pearce Children’s Centre
- Early Years Practitioner – Kevin Pearce Children’s Centre
- Early Years Practitioner – Wellholme Children’s Centre
- Site Supervisor – Creations Children’s Centre
- Finance Administrator – Innovations Children’s Centre
Closing date for these applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 1st June 2022
For an application pack visit our website www.surestartchildrenscentresnhp.org.uk
Or contact Julie in our recruitment team on 01422 251090
North Halifax Partnership LTD is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Due to the nature of this post you will be required to undertake a DBS Check.
Calderdale Council has a vision for 2024 that our borough should be a great place to live and to visit. Together with our partners we want to keep communities safe and protect our environment from harm. Calderdale Council is working proactively through the Community Safety Partnership with partners such as West Yorkshire Police and West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service to prevent crime and disorder order and tackle the harm caused by anti-social behaviour (ASB). Being proactive is critical to delivering better outcomes from communities so where there is an opportunity to stop the harm before it happens, we will act first. Such action includes the use of the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which is an order made by local authorities by virtue of s75 Anti-Social Behaviour and Policing Act 2014. The introduction of a PSPO can prohibit certain behaviour/ activity as well as require action to be taken in a defined area. Calderdale currently has seven Public Spaces Protection Orders.
- The Moorland Fire Public Space Protection Order was implemented in June 2019 to protect our Moorland and upland areas by preventing the risk of fire.
- Five of the remaining PSPOs introduced restrictions on a person in charge of a dog/s, for example not entering specific areas such as children playgrounds and failing to clean up after their dog.
- The final order is in respect to the consumption of alcohol in a public place or other designated area. The order allows Police and Wardens to require individuals to stop drinking and surrender their alcohol.
Our PSPOs are due to expire on 16th June 2022. These orders can be extended therefore, the Council is currently reviewed the orders before a decision is taken whether to extend or not. The Council can also vary the order to make them more effective and we are currently considering the following changes to ensure communities are safer and to further protect our environment:
- Following the success of the Moorland Fire PSPO and the identification of further issues on the moors that are causing a detrimental effect to the public, we are proposing to Prohibit the recreational use of off-road vehicles on Calderdale Moorland area and extend the current designated area to take in some of Calderdale’s beauty spots.
- In respect to our Dog control PSPOs we are proposing to introduce a requirement that a person in charge of a dog must be in possession of some means with which to pick up dog excrement and lawfully dispose of it.
- The final variation we are proposing is to extend the area designated under the Alcohol Consumption PSPO. Currently only built up areas and civil amenities such as parks are designated under this order so the proposal is to make this a borough wide order as we have experienced alcohol related ASB and disorder in more rural areas of Calderdale.
The Council is consulting of these proposals so this is an opportunity to hear the views of everyone as to whether these orders are still relevant as well as necessary and therefore need to continue.A Lower Valley Drop-in consultation will be taking place on Thursday 26 May 2022 17.00-19.30
Langdale Room, Southgate Methodist Church, Langdale St, Elland HX5 0JL.
Please come along and give us your views!
We are also organising an online consultation for all areasTuesday 31st May 6.30 – 7.30pm.
Through funding from Higher Education Establishments, Forum Central are looking to work in partnership with six organisations from across West Yorkshire to co-produce videos with people with lived experience of complex mental health issues. A partnership has been developed between Forum Central, University of Leeds and the West Yorkshire Integrated Care System (ICS) (formerly West Yorkshire & Harrogate partnership) to work with organisations to co-produce these videos. The content made as a result will be used as part of staff inductions for the Community Mental Health Transformation workforce, as well as being used to raise awareness amongst the wider Health and Care workforce around mental health. There is up to £1500 available to six organisations to get involved in these co-production videos. Organisations can apply for this funding by completing and submitting the attached Expression of Interest (EOI) by 2.00pm, Tuesday 30th May and e-mailed to email@example.com. The attached EOI also provided additional background and information about this project, if you have any questions about completing the EOI please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
verd de gris arts are asking for your help in putting together a series of short films around the region’s experiences with Annual Health Checks for those who live with or are affected by severe mental illness.
If you have lived in experience of that, they’d love to hear from you!
If you or someone you know may be interested or if you would like more information please contact:
Jeff on 07926 978651
You may earn some money for sharing your experiences.